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Noritake China, design pattern, Leslie 6004 187190

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Noritake China, design pattern, Leslie 6004 187190
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Old English Staffordshire ware, Alfred Meckin, England. I have 4 of his plates Mayflower, Rawdins district Co,
Worchester, Mass, House of 7 Gables, Salem, Mass, At Agustine, FL, Yellowstone Park, WY6 Demitask cups & saucers, Floral pattern blue & white, Spaulo
Expert:  Doris replied 1 year ago.

Hello and welcome! My name is Doris.
I have been an antiques collector, dealer and appraiser for over 56 years.
I will be pleased to help you.

Please tell me how many people your Noritake set serves (this is called the number of place settings) Then I need to know how many pieces each person has.

Finally, I need a list of serving pieces. These can add as much as 40% to the value of a set.

Kind regards,

Doris

Expert:  Doris replied 1 year ago.

I do not understand all the other china pieces you have.

You have 4 Alfred Meakin plates in what pattern? Please give me more detail.

Please explain what you mean by all words in the phrase "Mayflower..................Yellowstone Park, WY."

Then you have 6 demitasse cups and saucers in a floral pattern of blue and white - what company is the maker?

I want to help you but I do not understand this part of your question.

We need to take the Noritake Leslie first then move on to all this other china.

Kind regards,

Doris

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